Three women who sued a Saudi prince, alleging he sexually harassed them during a drug and alcohol-fueled party at a Beverly Hills mansion, settled their lawsuit against the defendant, their attorney said Wednesday.
The women — identified in Los Angeles Superior Court documents as Jane Does 1-3 — accused Majed Abdulaziz Al Saud, then 29, of assaulting them in September 2015 and forcing them to watch him take part in a sex act with a man.
The women in the civil case were hired to clean the house and provide food service for Al Saud and his entourage of personal assistants, butlers and security guards during a visit to Los Angeles, according to their lawsuit.
The prince rubbed his body against Jane Doe No. 2 and berated her when she pleaded with him to stop, according to the suit.
“You’re not a woman. You’re nobody. I’m a prince and I’ll do what I want and nobody will do anything to me,” he said before later kicking her violently above her knee, the complaint alleged.
Jasmine Duel, an attorney for the women, confirmed that the case was settled, but declined to comment further.
–City News Service
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